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Photograph taken by Leszek Straszewicz, editor of the Warsaw Kurjer
Polski. Wrecked Home of Wealthy Landlord at Robitno, Eight Miles from
Warsaw. Picture Was Taken Three Days After Desperate Battle Between
Germans and Russians.
WARN WOMEN AGAINST GOING
TO EXPOSITION FOR WORK
San Francisco, Jan. 7. Warning
to women not to come to California
with the expectation of obtaining em
ployment during the Panama-Pacific
Exposition was issued today by the
commission of immigration and
housing. Applications for employ
ment have been received from 10,000
women throughout the country. Po
sitions are open for only about 1,000.
Between 15,000 and 20,000 women
stenographers and office workers are
now declared to be without employ
ment in the state.
PROBING SUBWAY DISASTER
New York, Jan. 7. Directing a
fprce of assistants in aprobe of the
greatest disaster in the history of the
New York subway, Dis't Att'y Per
kins today pledged himself to make
the guilty pay the fullest penalty if
criminal oegUgence can be proven.
PROF. RAYMOND TO SPEAK.
"The Death Grapple of Militarism
and Social Democracy in Germany"
will be the topic of Prof. Jerome rf.
-Raymond of the Pacific university,
talking before the Sunday Morning
club in the Oak theater, Armitage
and Western, next Sunday.
TO TALK ON MEDICAL FRAUDS
A. J. Cramp, editor of the Journal
of the American Medical ass'n, will
talk on "Medical Frauds and Public
Health" at the Saturday luncheon of
the City club of Chicago